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Collins gives homeschooling parents free access to books

7 days ago   |   The Big Issue

Teachers and families affected by school closures can now access hundreds of books and textbooks for free thanks to publishing giant Collins. Learning resources for both...
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Can you solve it? Meet the puzzle king

8 days ago   |   The Guardian

Pit your wits against the prof If you are looking for an activity to take your mind off things, here's a puzzle with a delightful twist. It was devised by Peter Winkler. When...
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Tayside pupils take part in STEM competition, with Fife school victorious

10 days ago   |   Evening Telegraph

Primary and secondary school pupils from across Dundee met at Dundee Science Centre to take in SCDI's Young Engineers and Science Clubs Regional Celebration of STEM (Science...
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Isaac Newton breakthrough: How ‘Holy Grail of maths' discovery stunned experts

Isaac Newton breakthrough: How ‘Holy Grail of maths' discovery stunned experts

12 days ago   |   Daily Express

ISAAC NEWTON's prized research has been uncovered by a conservationist in France, in a landmark find for scientists.
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Science isn't just for scientists

19 days ago   |   Science News for Students

Science isn't just for scientists : On a sunny day, a yellow school bus heads to Elver Park in Madison, Wisc. The seventh graders inside are excited to launch the rockets...
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How to steer your child into higher education

19 days ago   |   The Spectator

How is a 15-year-old supposed to know what to do with their life and what to study? Should they choose science or the arts? Will a degree be worth the debt? And how high should...
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Light-field background de-cluttering for visual prostheses

21 days ago   |   Harvard

Jae-Hyun Jung and Eli Peli. 2018. “ Light-field background de-cluttering for visual prostheses .” In Imaging and Applied Optics 2018 (3D, AO, AIO, COSI, DH, IS, LACSEA, LS&C...
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Opinion: What does the coronavirus mean for the U.S. health care system? Some simple math offers alarming answers

21 days ago   |   STAT

Much of the current discourse on - and dismissal of - the Covid-19 outbreak focuses on comparisons of the total case load and total deaths with those caused by seasonal...
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David Willetts Sees a ‘Failure to Understand the Value of Social Science'

David Willetts Sees a ‘Failure to Understand the Value of Social Science'

21 days ago   |   Social Science Space

David Willetts, former UK minister for science and universities, at the University of Birmingham. He is currently visiting professor in the Faculty of Social Science and Public...
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Science isn't just for scientists

25 days ago   |   Science News for Students

Science isn't just for scientists : On a sunny day, a yellow school bus heads to Elver Park in Madison, Wisc. The seventh graders inside are excited to launch the rockets...
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Coronavirus: Can you catch coronavirus from your pets? Study reveals all

Coronavirus: Can you catch coronavirus from your pets? Study reveals all

CORONAVIRUS has infected more than 780,000 people across the planet, with authorities struggling to contain the virus. But are pets contributing to the spread of the virus? Read more ...

Coronavirus lockdown: Up to 120,000 European lives already saved thanks to...

Coronavirus lockdown: Up to 120,000 European lives already saved thanks to measures

CORONAVIRUS measures have already saved more than 100,000 lives across Europe, researchers have stated. Read more ...

‘I know my science' How MoD insider exposed truth of NASA's Apollo 11 Moon...

‘I know my science' How MoD insider exposed truth of NASA's Apollo 11 Moon landing

NASA's iconic Apollo 11 mission happened more than 50 years ago, but conspiracy theories are still rampant over the possibility that the Moon landings were faked. Read more ...

Coronavirus symptoms: App can let you know if YOU have coronavirus

Coronavirus symptoms: App can let you know if YOU have coronavirus

A CORONAVIRUS symptom tracking app has been launched which will help experts gain a better understanding of the true numbers of who has or has had the disease. Read more ...

Coronavirus latest: NASA satellites reveal scale of China's COVID-19 shutdown

Coronavirus latest: NASA satellites reveal scale of China's COVID-19 shutdown

NASA satellite images have revealed how the nightlife throughout Wuhan, China, changed following the outbreak of the coronavirus. Read more ...

Lean team readies ESA's Mercury-bound BepiColombo for planetary flyby

Lean team readies ESA's Mercury-bound BepiColombo for planetary flyby

Artist's illustration of the BepiColombo spacecraft during its gravity assist flyby of Earth. Credit: ESA/ATG Medialab One job deemed essential by the European Space Agency... Read more ...

Lessons From a Coronavirus Symptom-Tracking App

Lessons From a Coronavirus Symptom-Tracking App

To download the app, go to COVIDradar.org or covid.joinzoe.com and follow the links to the Apple App store or Google Play. The global COVID-19 pandemic caused by the novel... Read more ...

Mayors are pleading with their Republican governors to follow the science...

Mayors are pleading with their Republican governors to follow the science and shut down states over the coronavirus

Mayors across the country are on the frontlines of fighting the spread of the coronavirus in vulnerable urban areas. But the governors of several large red states, including... Read more ...

OneWeb files for bankruptcy

OneWeb files for bankruptcy

Illustration of OneWeb's satellite network. Credit: Airbus OneWeb - three launches into a series of nearly 20 missions to deploy 650 satellites to provide global Internet... Read more ...

The next wave of coronavirus outbreaks is threatening cities from New...

The next wave of coronavirus outbreaks is threatening cities from New Orleans to Philadelphia, and it reveals the US is on pace for a national epidemic

New York has become the coronavirus epicenter in the US , but data shows that other cities from New Orleans to Philadelphia aren't far off from experiencing similar... Read more ...